Media conglomerate Televisa has won another legal battle aimed at stopping theft of its cable television content. For the second time in as many weeks, a Mexico City court has FULL STORY
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Broadcast TV networks have lost their legal battle to stop influential media businessman Barry Diller’s Aereo from operating for the time being, thanks to a decision by a federal court judge issued Wednesday. The judge ruled that A...
FilmOn X, an obscure Internet video service, has seemingly won the legal victory Aereo could never obtain. For the first time, a court has ruled that a streaming video service should be treated like a cable service. Read Full Story
A U.K. court has ruled that British government arms sales to Saudi Arabia are legal, in a case that relied in part on secret evidence. British group Campaign Against Arms … Click to Continue »
In a controversial decision that reinforced the notion of favoritism, Mexican federal regulators ruled that media giant Grupo Televisa is "not dominant" player in Mexico's lucrative pay-TV market, despite having over 60% of Mexico's...